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a twin rover for curiosity in terms of opportunity in terms of spirit which landed there in 2004. so this is all in one shot. there is no forward mars program beyond curiosity. nasa has been told to scale back the mars effort because of budget constraints and there is no follow-up if this one goes wrong. jon: walter, we mentioned you were part of the apollo program back in the '60s and '70s. when you were flying actively back then, did you think we would be on mars, i mean with human astronauts by now? >> i will have to say that back in those days, which was, late '60s, early '70s, there wasn't a one of us in the office that didn't think we would have a man on mars by probably 2,000 or 2010. and of course we're now farther away from that than we were in those days which is really a reflection of the change in attitude of the american public. it is very difficult to stand up and argue for manned landings on mars now when we have such deep economic problems because it will never be cheap. jon: walter cunningham, scott horowitz, tom jones, thanks to each of you. we'll be watching the la
. wehrseifen, nurburgring. the horseshoe, twin peaks boulevard. every famous cue has an equally thrilling, lesser-known counterpart. conquer them, with the lexus is performance line, featuring the is 250. real performance demands real precision. this is the pursuit of perfection. jenna: the last undersea research lab is in danger of closing after more than two decades. it was once funded by the government but because of budget cuts it has to turn to the private sector. there used to be 50 of these bases around the world. now there is just one. it is called the aquarius. it is off the coast of the florida keys. it is essentially an underwater office where marine biologists can stay for days without surfacing. apparently they can do underwater interviews with us as well. joining us underwater, underwater from the base, a woman who is library of congress already named a living legend for her work, sill very a yaw earl. what is the -- silvia early. what is the water temperature. >> a nice warm 82 degrees. jenna: 2 degrees fahrenheit. describe your work . what do you do down in this lab? >> we
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